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Proceedings 2004 VLDB Conference
We believe continued growth in the volume of personal content, together with a shift to a multi-device personal computing environment, will inevitably lead to the development of Personal Content Databases (PCDBs). These databases will make it easier for users to find, use, and replicate large, heterogeneous repositories of personal content. In this paper, we describe the PCDB used to power Bloomba, a commercial personal information manager in broad use. We highlight areas where the specialdoi:10.1016/b978-012088469-8/50108-x fatcat:uii4kqfvknfxjmxfok4dsv4wom